Published at Saturday, 02 February 2019. Kitchen Floors. By Gerda Andersen.
Nothing gives a kitchen a more timeless quality than stone. The best flooring stones have a bit of texture and a minimum of shine. They, too, can be laid in interesting patterns: squares of alternating tones, sometimes accented with small inlays of stone or art tile; random rectangular blocks that have the feel of a European farmhouse; or as field tile with borders and inlays that rival the detail and beauty of the mosaics of ancient Rome.
Although flooring choices run from ancient materials like stone to newer products like engineered floors, two of the best options remain: resilient materials including linoleum and cork, and ceramic and mosaic tile. For a variety of reasons, resilients work best in the kitchen, while tile is a natural in the bathroom.
With a plethora of tile options available in the market, it is common dilemma for the consumers to make the right decision and avoid regret over wrong choice. Interestingly, double charge vitrified floor tiles are still the most preferred and commonly used tile by consumers especially in commercial projects and also residential areas.
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